Note: Brief speed fluctuation at the start of part 2 as on original tape.
Description: Interviews conducted by Harold K. Steen, 1977-78, for the Sierra Club History Committee. Foreword by David R. Brower; preface by the interviewer. Copies of photographs inserted; copies of related documents appended. Comments on education at the University of California, Berkeley; work as forester for the Southern Pacific Land Company and later as forestry consultant for the Sierra Club and other conservation organizations; David Brower and Michael McCloskey; forestry practices and management; his role in formulating forestry legislation; Save-the-Redwoods League and additions to the Redwood National Park; lawsuits in which he was involved related to the Sam Houston National Forest in Texas and to the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia; U.S. Forest Service and the Society of American Foresters; forestry in Alaska and work with the Eskimos under the Alaska Native Claims Act; and development of conservation policies for forestry.
Call Number: Phonotape 1180 C
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